A new perspective on blood sugar management
A human intervention study showed that even the replacement of only 30g of sucrose by 30g of Isomalt, a low-glycaemic carbohydrate sourced from the sugar beet, leads to a significant improvement of long-term blood glucose parameters in patients with type II diabetes.
Nowadays, carbohydrate quality is a topic that has moved beyond being solely of interest to consumers on a low-glycaemic diet. Its relevance is gaining traction among health experts and health-minded consumers alike. As it is the predominant nutrient on our menu, a mindful approach is very likely to pay off in the long term.